Monday, November 14, 2011

May I Have Your Attention Please...

I wanted to take a moment and let everyone know of the existence of a secondary blog I've created that will compile many of the photos I have accumulated that don't have to do with Long Island...


Represented will be more than just homes and estates but civic institutions, hotels, office buildings and more. And while it won't have the same quantity of information you wound find on OLI it will allow you a chance to travel back in time to areas not on the usual tour. I expect HalfPuddingHalfSauce to have a companion site up and running soon enough so enjoy and stay tuned!


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Zach...GREAT BLOG!!!!! But now I don't know if I should hug you or deck you...now between these two blogs I'll be spending way too much time on the computer.

Tried to post a comment for the NY Public Library, but has some trouble.

Again thanks, can wait to what post next!

Zach said...

Fixed....comment away.

The Ancient said...

Zach --

When ZachGlobal goes public, are the regular commentators going to be eligible for the usual "friends and family" discount on the IPO?

Anon 6:40 --

There are now three blogs.

Anonymous said...

Yes Ancient...sorry Zach...forgot about Old New York.... :(

Anonymous said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you, Zach! Love this blog, but since I'm not actually from (or even near) Long Island, I have to say it's nice to see some other areas and other types of buildings represented too...although, as another commenter already noted, visiting the two sites to follow will probably take up twice as much of my free time:)

The Down East Dilettante said...

Oh dear. I'll never get to work on time again. Three Zach blogs to follow every morning. And HPHS to come?

Lora said...

I'm having a problem with the new site. It loads and then vanishes before my eyes leaving me with a blank screen.

Anonymous said...

I'm having a problem with the new site too. There is just too much too view. What a great addition to the Long Island site. So much has been lost but its nice to see the architectural gems that haved survived around the country.